Guy Fieri rolls out for ice cream, Triple D style: With visits to a Norfolk, Va. drive-in for an original waffle cone, an Arizona creamery making Italian gelato in all flavors and a New Orleans favorite doing huge sundaes with 400 flavors.
Guy Fieri heads for three great diners that viewers e-mailed to recommend: In Baltimore, a gleaming, family-run place with a huge menu ranging from burgers, to goulash, to home made shrimp creole; in Salt Lake City, the diner that's heavy on tattoos and 1940s decor, where they're brining their own corned beef for hash, and smoking their own salmon; and in Minneapolis, the diner run by a CIA trained chef, whose specialties now include fried pickles and chicken and waffles.
Guy Fieri visits some watering holes with more than basic bar food, including a Fairhope, Ala., bar serving up live music, homemade gumbo and a super spicy crawfish boil; an Atlanta dive- bar scratch-making Jamaican jerk chili and jalapeno corn fritters; and the half-century old Pittsburgh tavern where the menu includes pierogis and stuffed green pepper soup.
Guy Fieri searches out some classic joints doing America's favorites: In Baltimore, the place where they've been making Coney dogs the same way for more than 80 years; in Austin, the late night hangout where they're fresh-roasting Serrano peppers for one of their burgers, and serving Texas-hot buffalo sauce on another; and the Minneapolis dog and burger dive where one of the specialties is something called a Hairy Brain.
Guy Fieri discovers great local favorites including a Memphis joint where whole chickens are deep fried; in Virginia, near the Chesapeake, a place where a former boat captain serves classic crab cakes and in Omaha, a casual joint with serious food.
Guy Fieri discovers great food at places you'd never expect to find it: The Minneapolis bowling alley serving up bison hash and trout-and-beet salad; the San Antonio joint located between a carwash and a laundromat, serving up homemade organic food; the Atlanta grocery store where they're cooking up classic dishes with big twists.
Guy Fieri tracks down international dishes done Triple-D style: A combination Jamaican/Chinese joint in Florida; homemade Polish pierogi at a basic bar in Pittsburgh; and a Mexican restaurant in Utah where the specialty is seven kinds of mole.
Guy Fieri rolls out to longtime local favorites including an eight-decades-old Alabama spot legendary for soft shell crab sandwich, an Italian favorite in Omaha and one of the oldest restaurants in Atlanta.
Guy Fieri hunts down some seriously good food from all over the country: In Baltimore, brick oven, thin crust pizza loaded with everything from pesto, spam and pineapple to macaroni and cheese. In Minneapolis, the joint servin' up real deal Cuban food; and the Mississippi smoke house serving up authentic Creole and Cajun food with flavors as big as the owners' personalities.
Guy Fieri uncovers three joints puttin' a piece of history on the table: In New Orleans, an oyster bar where nothing's changed since 1919 and the deep fried oysters are still hand-shucked and dredged in Grandpa's original recipe; in Pittsburgh, a neighborhood dive where Mama Nadine's dishin' up roast beef smothered in gravy, fried baloney and Na's Pasta -- all from behind a bar; and in Nebraska, Big Mama's cookin' her Grandma's soul food in an old school cafeteria -- pull up a tray for collard greens, peach cobbler and Big Mama's take on fried chicken.
Guy Fieri pulls up for a sandwich: In Salt Lake City, a old pottery school making homemade meatball subs and a cheesesteak done Philly-style; in San Diego, 30 kinds of burgers including ostrich, alligator and Angus beef and in Chicago, a one-of-a-kind Mexican sandwich.
Guy Fieri rolls in for classic meals done right: In Baltimore, a shack steamin' crabs with corn on the cob; in Memphis, the little place where one woman's doing her mom's classic southern favorites; and in Minnesota, a strip mall joint doin' homemade Italian from the same family recipes for thirty years.
Guy Fieri uncovers joints doin' things their own unique way; Near Salt Lake City, a retro joint makin' Mexican specialties like shark tacos; in Chicago, a diner doing fresh seafood 16 different ways; and in Omaha, a chef from Montreal is doing the Canadian take on Jewish deli.